Husking Corn, Lyme
42.25 in x 32.25 in
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When Alten returned to the art colony in Old Lyme, Connecticut in 1911, he worked in a much brighter color palette and a more impressionistic manner than during his previous visit. Impressionism had become the dominant style of the Old Lyme art colonists.
Oxen and farmers gathering corn using a red cart. Tree and cows in background at right.
Gift of George H. and Barbara Gordon